Best Small Business in Nyeri, Kenya

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We found 17 companies

Ark Consultants

2550-10100 , Nyeri
Ark Consultants is a real estate advisory firm offering tailored, reliable, and professional property advisory services. They specialize in property investment, real estate agency, valuations and appr...
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SAMCO WHOLESALERS LTD

Ragati Rd, P.O. Box: 442, 10101 Karatina, Nyeri

JAMII WHOLESALERS LTD

Station Rd, Jamii Wholesalers Bldg, P.O. Box: 175, 10101 Karatina, Nyeri

J G KAMOTHO & SONS

Muhoya Rd, P.O. Box: 409, 10100, Nyeri

KARATINA CORNER WHOLESALERS

Nyeri/Karatina Rd, P.O. Box: 144, 10100, Nyeri

KARUGA TRADERS

Kimathi Way, P.O. Box: 12180, 10107 Endarasha, Nyeri

Maki Distributor Co Ltd

Mumo Hse, Gr Flr Gakeri Rd, 12514-10100 , Nyeri

MATHIRA WHOLESALERS

Catholic Mission Rd, Thiomi Hse, P.O. Box: 1675, 10101 Karatina, Nyeri

MINAR LODGE

Ragati Rd, P.O. Box: 343, 10101 Karatina, Nyeri

MUTUNE TRADING CO LTD

12465, 10107 Endarasha, Nyeri

NYAKIO WHOLESALERS

Gakere Rd, P.O. Box: 201, 10100, Nyeri

NYERI TRADING STORE

Kimathi Way, P.O. Box: 128, 10107 Endarasha, Nyeri

Tetu General Trading Co Ltd

Kimathi Way, 126-10100 , Nyeri

Small Business in Kenya is an important part of the country's economy, making up the backbone of the country's economic activity. Small businesses are typically defined as having fewer than 50 employees and are usually run by a single entrepreneur with limited capital. This sector is the lifeblood of the economy, providing jobs and income for many Kenyans. Small businesses are typically more agile and able to respond quickly to changes in the market, which makes them more competitive. They also offer a range of products and services and provide an important source of employment to many Kenyans.

Small businesses in Kenya face a number of challenges including limited access to capital, limited access to markets, and lack of skilled labor. In addition, small businesses are often subject to regulations that are not always supportive of their growth. Despite these challenges, small businesses remain an important part of the economy and have been growing steadily in recent years.

In conclusion, small businesses in Kenya are an important part of the economy and their contributions to the country's economic development should not be overlooked. With the right support, they can continue to play an important role in the growth of the country.
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